Finding Meaning: The Synergy of Psychology and Art
May 9-25, 2018
This program is an opportunity to study abroad in Austria and Switzerland during May Interim 2018. This program, Finding Meaning: The Synergy of Psychology and Art, promises to be fun-filled as we explore the intersection of art and psychology. This study abroad has broad appeal to students with interest in art and psychology. There are no pre-requisites.
This course presents an overview of three influential 20th century theorists of psychotherapy, (i.e., Dr. Sigmund Freud, Dr. Carl G. Jung, and Dr. Viktor E. Frankl) and examines their influence on modern and contemporary art. Through this journey, we will discover how these theorists impacted modern and contemporary art and culture. Using smartphones and/or digital cameras, mobile apps and other related software, we will create a visual and literary journal documenting this unique experience.
So, join us in May for an immersion into Austrian and Swiss culture. We will visit institutes closely aligned with these three theorists, view modern and contemporary art at local galleries and museums, tour cities rich in amazing architecture, listen to live music, savor great chocolate, drink coffee in Freud’s favorite coffee shop, photograph iconic landscapes and explore other cultural and educational opportunities in these two remarkable countries.
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ART 208: Special Projects in Art (3 hours) - UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
BCE 533: BCE Special Topics in Counseling (3 hours) - GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
Educational Studies in Psychology, Research Methodology & Counseling
Barbara Lee Black
Instructor of Art
The program will be housed in hotels in Austria and Switzerland.
For the breakdown of the cost, including billable costs (paid to UA) and non-billable costs (paid elsewhere), click on the Budget Sheet
located at the top of the application.
Once accepted into the program, students need to make a deposit in order to secure their place in the program. For information on how to make a deposit and subsequent payments, please see the instructions in the application, as well as the Faculty-Led Payment Process page
on the Education Abroad website.
Check out the "Financing Your Study Abroad"
page on the UA Education Abroad website for information regarding financial aid, scholarships and other financial matters.
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to study abroad? Visit the Undergraduate Scholarships
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**The University of Alabama reserves the right to modify the program or its costs as necessitated by changes in the international economic situation or to cancel the program if necessary.